Mitch Wiley’s review published on Letterboxd:
Watched this on my TV at home with subtitles, the way Nolan intended.
It's not all bad. It's a big swing from something that's not already existing IP, which will always be refreshing. The leads (particularly Pattinson) are perfect together. I just find this to be a bit of a chore without some of the payoff (intellectual or emotional) from other Nolan films.